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Signing of Partnership agreement between the African Union Commission and New Zealand


The Partnership Agreement was signed by the Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy of the African Union Commission, H.E. Dr Amani Abou-Zeid, and the Ambassador for New Zealand to the African Union, H.E. Mr. Bruce Shepherd The African Union Commission (AUC) and The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) …

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South African Companies Identify Trade Opportunities in Kenya

South African businesspeople visiting PG Bison Kenya in Nairobi. PHOTO: Supplied dti

The delegation visited PG Bison Kenya in Nairobi, which specialises in the supply of decorative wood-based panel products such as particle boards, flooring and door skins to the construction and furniture sector South African companies taking part in the Outward Selling Mission (OSM) in Kenya have identified several business opportunities …

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Resolution Insurance realises expansion plans with SSP Pure Insurance

Steve Lathrope, Group Managing Director at SSP

The deal will see SSP Pure Insurance deployed as a single flexible, end-to-end core insurance solution across Resolution Insurance’s operations in Kenya and Tanzania, with local account management support from the Kenyan office Resolution Insurance has chosen global insurance technology specialist SSP (www.SSP-Worldwide.com) to provide a new, robust, flexible IT …

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McKinsey’s latest report on Africa-China economic partnership challenges previous beliefs

China & Africa

Through a study conducted across eight countries that together make up about two-thirds of Sub-Saharan Africa’s GDP, the report finds that there are already over 10,000 Chinese firms operating in Africa—four times the previous estimate China is Africa’s largest economic partner. Yet it has been a challenge to understand the …

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SA and Kenya Commit to Building Mutually Sustainable Relations in Pursuit of Africa Agenda 2063


The Director of Export Promotion at the dti, Ms Seema Sardha said that both Kenyan and South African business communities needed to work together towards promoting economic growth of both countries The Acting High Commissioner of South Africa in Kenya, Mr Sarel van Zyl says South African businesses have a …

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Jeweller Completes First Export of Responsible & Conflict-Free Artisanal Gold from Eastern Congo to Canada

Gold mined by Just Gold project participants prepares to be smelted into a dore bar, before being sold to the exporter in Bunia. Mambasa Territory, Ituri Province, DRC

First time any consumer good will be made out of conflict-free artisanal gold from Congo that is fully traced from mine to consumer Partnership Africa Canada (www.PACweb.org) and Fair Trade Jewellery Co. today announce the first export of conflict-free and traceable artisanal gold from the Democratic Republic of Congo to …

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Cabinet passes the Draft National Communications Act

Somalia Ministry of Post, Telecom and Tech logo

The Act, once passed, will regulate the telecom sector, one of Somalia’s thriving industries, and protect the rights of both consumers and investors The Cabinet of the Federal Government of Somalia has unanimously passed the draft National Communications Act, submitted by the Ministry of Posts, Telecom and Technology. This act …

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